“The interview itself…what are you doing, why is this happening?” Hayes said. “Who sits there across from the president of the United States and says, ‘you’re a nanny state guy, this is the kind of guy I am.’”
Hayes and his panel featuring Alex Wagner and the NAACP’s Dedrick Muhammad pointed out that O’Reilly’s claim of being “self-made” isn’t fully true since the Long Island town he grew up in was built on government funds.
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